Three-quarters of voters believe Americans generally ‘get along regardless of race’

Large percentages of U.S. racial minorities — 69% of African-Americans and 64% of Hispanics — agreed with the statement: “In daily life, most Americans generally get along regardless of race. They find ways to work together and create a better community.”

Three-quarters of all voters believe that Americans generally get along regardless of race, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen, a sharp counterpoint to the rhetoric presented by Black Lives Matter and other identity politics activists over the last several months.

When asked, 75% of voters agreed that “in daily life, most Americans generally get along regardless of race. They find ways to work together and create a better community.”

Rasmussen noted that large percentages of American racial minorities — 69% of black Americans and 64% of Hispanic Americans — agree with that statement.

Source: Three-quarters of voters believe Americans generally ‘get along regardless of race’